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Spirit Orbs

October 18, 2012

Exhibit 1 – This is the photo without any lightening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit 1 – This is the photo without any lightening. It wasn’t this dark, when I took the shot, but it was dusk. There are two electrical lanterns lit, and a full yellow moon on the St. Lawrence. Ironically it was the colour of the moon, that night, that drew me to the waterfront to take photos, but it is the same park that the spirit orbs were in, when playing with the re-enactors during August’s,”1812 Raid on Gananoque”.

 

 

 

Exhibit 2 – This has now been lightened between 45-50 % in Picasa, and a highlight of just below 20% has also been applied.

Now you can see the emergence of a green spherical orb, in the middle of the photo. There are about 4 different orbs in this shot. There may be more there, in your opinion. It’s all fascinating to me.

Exhibit 2

The shot has been lightened by 45-50%, with a slight 20% highlight in Picasa.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit 3 – It has been lightened again to just over 50% and the  green spherical orb is now in the middle of the picture. I also see a few others. Some are like moving embers of  light, and some are spherical balls of energy, namely green. This shot was taken a few days after the re-enactments, because I was fascinated with the place, and wanted to see if there still were orbs in this park. Were they with the re-enactors of 1812, or are they spirits at home in Joel Stone Heritage Park? This was also the site of Cow & Gate, that once stood on these grounds. In my child and teenagehood, you would have been standing inside the factory , in the 1960’s – 70’s.

Exhibit 3 – Now the green orb is visibly in the middle of this shot, as though I was taking a direct photo of him/her.

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